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Loss of suction when vacuuming

There is no suction when vacuuming. When I use the hose there is no loss of suction. I have cleaned it out, cleaned the brush and the hoses. I can run the vacuum over the same spot over and over and it will not pick anything up. Do I need to take it to a repair shop or can I fix it myself?

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Re: Loss of suction when vacuuming

I had the same problem, but it wasn't a belt. Instead, it was the input hole under the roller that was jammed up with lint and other stuff.

Posted on Dec 24, 2007

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You probably just need a belt.

Posted on Dec 17, 2007

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